Sorry I haven't posted to update everyone. It's been busy busy busy. I got HIRED! Yaay! I really like the place I'm working. Check this out... This particular chiro got into the business because his wife suffered chronic migraines and he wanted to be able to help her. To date, she hasn't had a migraine in twenty years! When I heard that, I nearly started crying from just the prospect of being any percent of migraine free. One of the perks for working there? FREE treatments! OH THANK GOD!
I have my first treatment tomorrow, since I have a pretty screaming migraine going on as I type. Consequently, that is the reason there are no pictures in this post, it's pretty much all I can do to type a bit, even though I have all sorts of blog material. Maybe I can get some real stuff in tomorrow.
SO... I'm working 3 days a week to start, and I'm there from 8A to 7P give or take, and even though they are pretty busy with massage clients, I'm not booked ALL day, so it's a doable schedule. Once school starts back up in the Fall (this is the last week of this year) I may be getting my ideal schedule, which will put me home in time for the kids to get out of school.
Heidi and I really really really loved seeing Stephanie last Friday. She is super hilarious, I mean, I knew that already, but seeing her in person was just so great. Plus, her photos don't do her justice, she is really pretty, and sweet. She even complimented my Picovoli! Of course the poor book store didn't have the slightest clue as to how many people were coming (as usual - those muggles never get it do they?) so it was pretty much standing room only as much as an hour before she was there, at 7:30. We came as early as we could, like a little before 5, and half the seats were already taken up. I'll tell the real story in another post.
Anyway, I have enough material for about 4 posts, actually, lots of new cool sky stuff and lizard news and cool yard developments. Be back sooner than later. Till then, try to imagine what my lizard news might be - talk amongst yourselves